Retirees Association

Welcome

The Retirees Association welcomes those who have served Wright State University as a faculty or staff member over the years.

Staying Connected

WSURA offers retired faculty and staff opportunities for continued service to the university and fellowship with one another.

Events

Wednesday, March 6, 10 am to Noon
210 University Foundation Building, 3070 Presidential Drive
Tuesday, March 12, 5 pm to 7 pm
Gandhi Auditorium, White Hall
Thursday, March 14, 1 pm to 2:30 pm
Temple Beth Or, 5275 Marshall Road, Dayton, OH 45429
Wednesday, March 20, Noon to 2 pm
210 Foundation bldg., 3070 Presidential Drive

News

Archdeacon: Hughes’ clamp-down defense powers Raiders
February 23 2019

"I’m the best defender on our team and I take the assignment of guarding the best wing every game."

DDN: Raiders put Nagy’s concerns to rest in rout of Vikings
February 22 2019

“In the second half, we guarded. We held them to 30 percent (shooting). That’s what won the game,” Nagy said.

Archdeacon: Hall of Fame recognition special to Voice of the Raiders
February 21 2019

In 1966, Wise left his Miami teaching job and came to fledgling WSU as an assistant marketing professor.

Wright State Newsroom

Wright State Theatre presents hit Broadway musical ‘If/Then’

Wright State Theatre's production of "If/Then" runs from Feb. 22 to March 3 in the Herbst Theatre in the Creative Arts Center.

Good conduct medal

Wright State vice president Gary Dickstein receives prestigious national honor from the Association for Student Conduct Administration
Gary Dickstein recognized for contributing significantly to the development of the Wright State campus and the field of student affairs.

Wright State’s Micki Hayes selected as drum major for prestigious national drum corps

Micki Hayes, who is majoring in music education with a focus on flute studies, will perform with the acclaimed Blue Knights Drum and Bugle Corps.

WSRI team successfully flies multiple different UAS with a single operator

A team from the Wright State Research Institute and the Air Force Research Laboratory tested advanced concepts for single operator control of multiple different Unmanned Aerial Systems.